Timothy Riley and Cai Huiyan
China, access to environmental information, corporate disclosure, Chinese businesses, government decisions, corporate decisions, public participation, impact, local communities, ecosystems
This article argues that the existing state of corporate disclosure law and regulations in China is insufficient to allow the Chinese public adequate access to environmental information. As a result, citizens are unable to participate properly in crucial government and corporate decisions that impact local communities and ecosystems.
(2009) 33 Harvard Environmental Law Review 177